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definitely don't. [laughter] luckily conservative stalwart and justice-the-hutt antonin scalia knows that the courts have to decide this, because even though racism is over, america's elected representatives lack the bicameral ball sack to vote against this thing. >> i am fairly confident it will be reenacted in perpetuity unless-- unless a court can say it does not comport with the constitution. it's-- it's a concern that this is not the kind of a question you can leave to congress. even the name of it is wonderful: the voting rights act. who is going to vote against that in the future? >> stephen: yes, you'd have to be an a-hole to vote against that in the future! luckily, we've got an a-hole who will vote against it in the present. [laughter] the point is, the voting rights [cheers and applause] -- the voting rights act is obsolete it's like an old restraining order. these states are just saying, "yes, i used to beat my girlfriend, but i haven't since the restraining order. so we don't need it anymore!" [laughter] [cheers and applause] here to celebrate this milestone in equality
millions of dollars? someone else will! [laughter] is that suddenly okay?! [cheers and applause] luckily for guys like phil and me, there may soon be a new community where high earners are safe. and it's in the last place you'd think: detroit. sure, we all know the motor city has seen better days. like say, during the ice age. [laughter] but it's not all bad. take belle isle, a thousand-acre island and public park that many consider the jewel of detroit. it's no surprise, "belle" means "beautiful," and "isle" means "not connected to detroit." [laughter] [laughter] and now -- [laughter] [cheers and applause] and now, it's about to get better, thanks to libertarian real estate developer and doubly-named porn star rod lockwood who plans to buy the island from detroit and convert it into an independent commonwealth "founded on the principles of limited government, where residents would not pay any corporate or income taxes." finally, a consequence-free paradise for rich americans, other than the rest of america. [laughter] this haven for the wealthy is the realization of a dream from lockwoo
the dog off. the girl luckily got away with a nasty scare with minor puncture wounds to her arm and leg. >>> a california daycare worker child endangerment charges after she allegedly spiked sippy cups with sleep medicine. she has since been fired and the cups were confiscated before any kids had a chance to take a drink. >>> a michigan middle schooler shocked teachers and classmates when she showed up packing $20,000 cash in her backpack. police were alerted after the 12-year-old girl began handing out hundreds to her classmates. the little robin hood claims she received the money from a neighbor and all the cash has since been recovered. wow. >>> spring break partiers down in florida had a rude awakening when local police broke up their fun. while some tried to argue, most took their punishment in stride. they were handcuffed and shackled these teens giggled their way to county lockup. >>> an alarming number of stranded sea lion pups in southern california have many marine biologists concerned. hungry, sick and malnourished sea lion pups are turning up left and right, so much so that
's accused of putting an over the counter sleep medicine into the cups of the children. the cups were luckily taken away before the children drank. a couple families say they were suspicious even before the arrest. >> every night throwing up. grandma, i throw up. what 1 1/2-year-old do you know that does that? she hasn't been sick since then. so how has she been getting her this medication? >> she's charged with five misdemeanor counts, each of attempted child endangerment. >>> another glass shattered ceiling. a woman will lead the secret service for the first time in the nation's history. jouulia pearson was named as th agency's director. she's currently the agency's chief of staff. >>> still ahead at 5:00, carrying around extra weight? the breath test that could explain why. >>> and you may forget the day, but you won't forget the dress. we go inside a south bay nonprofit helping give away hundreds of prom dresses in a single day. >>> and good afternoon. warmer day a lot of sunshine, temperatures in the low 70s. we'll have details when showers return in the seven-day forecast coming right u
said. luckily -- [cheers and applause] luckily no matter how messy italy's politics get italians find stability in their faith. >> tens of thousands of the faithful filling st. peter's square to hear the pope who leaves office tomorrow. there's a period where there's no pope and that starts precisely at 8:01 tomorrow night. >> jon: it's chaos! (bleep) cap with condoms. it brings us to our reoccurring -- [cheers and applause] our recovering segment we may have trouble separating church and state but at least we still have both. pope benedict made his last appearance this morning. what does the future hold for him? can't set him up as an expope and wal-mart greeter. that's not going to -- in nomine patris et fili, gatorade at aisle 8. [ laughter ] does the go to the italian vat ran retirement home. >> at the end of month he has to many of out of apostolic palace. today the vatican revealed his retirement home is just behind st. peter's. >> jon: that's comfortable. you know he's unexpectedly stopping by checking on the new pope. oh, really is that where you are holding communion now snl
. a six car bullet train also derailed, luckily nobody on the -- on the train was hurt. >>> 509 is the time, a new study concerned about the study of bay area bridges plus, they are demanding to know the truth about the ailing president, using go chavez. >>> coming off to the concord side, coming up to the bay area weather when the bay area news continues. to enjoy subway every day! the newest way subway. eat fresh. cuz all month long we're serving up the buffalo chicken $6 footlong special! big, bold buffalo footlong flavor for just $6! it's one of our march featured values: the newest way to enjoy subway every day! subway. eat fresh. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! [ mom ] don't stress. we can figure this out. ♪ [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. this is delicious. ♪ [ male announcer ] save the day in an instant. at&t. ♪ . >>> welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning n
sitting on the ledge, luckily we have a chance there to protect us from rocks going on the street. >> this is one type of rock salt and we will look at a few others. what will we see? >> i think it would be appropriate. we have been talking about rock salt. there is instability that occurs at telegraph hill. this was more in the earth flow and debris flow kind of movement. this moves downhill as a result of the rations from the earthquake. that is where we are headed next. >> here we are on the next stop of our landslide for parent though this is the lagoon ouna a area. this is different from where we all were just add on telegraph hill. this is a whole different concept. tell us what we have to. we have the big hill behind us, what kind of formations do we have? >> this part of san francisco, we are out in the dune sands which makes up the hill to my right. a crusty old drainage that we are standing is bedrock, 160 million year-old sandstone. the project right in the hillside over there and then farther down along the path that goes to the reservoir. >> there are rock slides, the
-per-hour winds managed to blow a big rig trailer right off an overpass. luckily the driver wasn't injured when the truck rolled over the side of the bridge nearly bringing the cab down with it. >>> finally, california whale watching trip got exciting. the 45 to 50-foot whales dipped alongside a motor boat. they dipped and rolled by a much smaller motor boat. a tour guide said it was the greatest experience in all his years on the water. >>> turning now to sports the miami heat win their 23rd consecutive game. in boston the lebron james did the go ahead jump shot with 10.5 seconds going leading the heat to a come back win 105-103 over celtics. second longest winning streak in the nba history trailing 33. in overtime denver's andre iguadola gives them a lead. that was in the clothing seconds against chicago. it looks like they get a tip in, but the referees rule it goaltending. nuggets win 119-118. in the world of baseball classic the dominican republic takes the lead on a single to center scoring a run and reyes celebrated at first base. there were two more runs and beat the netherlands to adva
firefighters have been battling a fire since 2:30 a.m. a fire caused part of that roof to collapse and luckily everybody escaped safely and no injuries were reported. the investigation into the cause of that fire will continue. >>> tonight there will be another meeting in san francisco on a controversial idea to take away parking spaces on polk street. a meeting held last week was as you can see standing room only. they want to add bike lanes between market and mcalester. it would plan to remove 20 blocks of street parking and many business owners are worried it will hurt their businesses. >>> sal is covering quite a few things, sal? >> yes, i want to mention traffic is getting busier in the traditional commutes in the normal places, and let's look at highway 24, we do have traffic as you drive in some of the spots especially when you get to oh written do and here it is not that bad at the bay bridge toll plaza, we have a little bit of a back up on the approach and there is no major problems on the bridge. if you are driving northbound 680 -- northbound 680 in fremont, a crash at auto mall bet
in the hit-and- run. the victim was taken to the hospital and luckily she had non-life threatening injuries and is expected to be okay. police watched surveillance videos and the incident happened at 11:30 last night. witnesses say the driver was a white woman between 15 and 30 years old and they are urging her to come forward right now. >> honesty is the best policy always and trying take care of the matter is always the best approach. the longer you rate to take care of it -- the longer you wait, could potentially cause more charges for you down the road. >> now that vehicle was a four- door and the driver took off on this exit and they believe it happened on 167th so if you have any information regarding this hit-and-run you are urged to call chp in caster valley. >>> it happened just after 2:00 a.m. just before lake street. a young man veered his car off the road before flipping on his roof. the driver has minor injuries and all lanes are being made public today. investigators wanted to search the car and home he of the gunman. first he killed his mother and then 20, first grade student
caused part of that roof to collapse and luckily everybody escaped safely and no injuries were reported. the investigation into the cause of that fire will continue. >>> tonight there will be another meeting in san francisco on a controversial idea to take away parking spaces on polk street. a meeting held last week was as you can see standing room only. they want to add bike lanes between market and mcalester. it would plan to remove 20 blocks of street parking and many business owners are worried it will hurt their businesses. >>> sal is covering quite a few things, sal? >> yes, i want to mention traffic is getting busier in the traditional commutes in the normal places, and let's look at highway 24, we do have traffic as you drive in some of the spots especially when you get to oh written do and here it is not that bad at the bay bridge toll plaza, we have a little bit of a back up on the approach and there is no major problems on the bridge. if you are driving northbound 680 -- northbound 680 in fremont, a crash at auto mall between union
the hospital and luckily she had non-life threatening injuries and is expected to be okay. police watched surveillance videos and the incident happened at 11:30 last night. witnesses say the driver was a white woman between 15 and 30 years old and they are urging her to come forward right now. >> honesty is the best policy always and trying take care of the matter is always the best approach. the longer you rate to take care of it -- the longer you wait, could potentially cause more charges for you down the road. >> now that vehicle was a four- door and the driver took off on this exit and they believe it happened on 167th so if you have any information regarding this hit-and-run you are urged to call chp in caster valley. >>> it happened just after 2:00 a.m. just before lake street. a young man veered his car off the road before flipping on his roof. the driver has minor injuries and all lanes are being made public today. investigators wanted to search the car and home he of the gunman. first he killed his mother and then 20, first grad
quickly. >> luckily for us our marriages are really the relationship between two people. me and my wife, my queen. it has very little to do with anybody else luckily. let me go to you, brian. maybe it's logical in their point of view the way they're thinking of demographic change. but guns, immigration, and gays. is that what you look at when you look at the people organizing hate groups? >> i think it's a lot of it, but we have to put it into context. the folklore of the far right and i'm not talking about mitt romney supporters. i'm talking about people who have opted out of our political process. and that's what problematic. these people see the terra firma under them shifting as something that angered them before no longer see them as angering them. >> who do they root for? >> they don't root for anybody now. >> root for rand paul? pat buchanan? they must love ted cruz. come on. >> look. i think you hit a nerve. and what that is is there is now a part of mainstream politics which aligns with these kind of conspiracy theories and are getting away with what are traditional conservativ
a couple miles. my five-ton truck broke down during our crossing the border into iraq. but luckily, my best friend and my roommate, laurie and firsting is at dowdy was there to pick me up. we also picked up two more soldiers on our way, the two soldiers that have from another unit, not in our same battalion or the same port that we came from. but they were there, they were the ones towing my truck across the border and during the ambush you know their truck ran out of gas so they had to jump in in the humvee that we were riding in. so the army is a big team and we were working together to complete our mission. then came the city of nasiriya. nasiriya was the day that we were ambushed. the day in the nasiriya was frightening, but our unit worked together to get out. it was a terrible day and 11 soldiers lost their life, including everyone in the humvee that i was riding in. seven of us were taken prisoner of war. in those nine long days as i lay in that iraqi hospital, not being able to move or feel anything below my waist, i never gave up. this was difficult because my injuries were severe.
a year ago. luckily i'm here but there were sleepless nights i thought, what would it be like to be dead. so -- >> the dead listened with her ice. their voices heavy with regret drop like grain on deaf pavements where children listen and trace their shadow. they dance memorize steps on wooden stairways. they sleep with their eyes open dreaming of half eaten cake. low hum of a car radio. the feel of water. the taste of skin. thank you. [applause]. closing out our evening of readers is ahn wa received msa of creative writing. and the ardela literary composition prize in creative nonfiction. her work has been published in several an tholologies including our cheers to muses. in addition to writing and performing she published and hand bound artist books and is a photographer and print maker. lives and creates in oakland. i would like to introduce ahmwa. [applause] flesh of my flesh. the woman who invented clothes was a woman. she knew the power of a well placed leash. knew there was no looking back. once man laid himself upon her he was cleave into her. need the clay of her. she knew then
. this was deception from the beginning to the end and the e-mails luckily that george wooding has put together for you and i think that you can see from george wooding this is probably not where he would like to be tonight he has a family and he has other needs and interests. we all would like to be someplace else. but this is important. this is our city. this is a democracy. and you cannot let a few people with other interests take it away, and abuse us. the public trust is being abused by rec and park and i hope that it will stop here. thank you very much. >> this reminds me of the missing 11 minutes from the nixon case. >> unfortunately, for mr. ginsberg, unfortunately for former president nixon there were back up tapes. when the sunshine request came in, the designated custodian of record had an obligation to search everything for the requested records. the suggestion in the good government guide that they are trash is just nonsense. if you look at the act it defines the public records as any writing containing information relating to the comment of the public's business prepared used or retained
. luckily no one was hurt. the woman who stepped in will get free bus service. sad news from the world of entertainment. >> it had to be done, that is what president barack obama said today when asked why his administration called on the supreme court to call to strike down the ban on gay marriage. >> it's the bank principal that this country was founded on, that we are all created equal, applies to everyone. regardless of sexual orientation. >> the president's position if adopted by the court will result in gay marriage becoming legal in california and other states as well. >> get ready for more facebook changes. a redesigned news feed will be released next thursday. there's speculation that facebook may divide photo and nonphoto posts. there's sure to be backlash when they switched to the timeline format, users were upset and vocal. >> dozens of angry parents will take a bite out of apple in a legal settlement. they claimed this the kids downloaded free games from the mobile app store and racked up huge bills paying for extra features. apple will pay an unknown number of parents. the
, or close to a dozen different officers and i will get you those numbers but one of the things that luckily knock on wood i don't want to ever have to use if that is an intervention officer because there is a crisis that is a public safety concern. but i don't think that i don't think i can have enough crisis intervention trained officers. i know that we talked about the community tasers, and some of the other issues that have coming forward. but, for me, it is not about having the officers that may eventually be on it because they are working in the crisis intervention program. it is more about having as many officers trained so that there is an event that happens here in the marina i have as many officers that are working on duty that can respond there in a quick and efficient time to deescalate what is there. i want to promote the crisis intervention training as it becomes available. i know that the captain is working with that through the training as well as other individuals. that we can have more trade offs even if they are not armed with the tasers and we end up getting them to have
're dragging the economy. luckily, this year, the relatively small taxes that most people saw could be handled by this level of economy. if the economy was in worse shape, winde'd probably be another in another recession. and we're not going to balance this budget with the current tax scheme, it's going to go higher across the board down the road, but it doesn't need to kick in this year or next year, we're not on a crisis anymore, we made some progress and bigger long-term problems, but we're not going to be able to cut discretionary spending and balance a budget. some point revenue, for the nondiscretionary to cut significantly. again, it's a ten, 15-year problem. c can can be solved now. >> brenda: long-term, short-term tax hikes, what do they do? >> we know not only from that how they pick money up. from common sense if you take money out of the hands of capitalist, you have capital owners and you you have people who apply that capital. when you have less, air going to have less economic activity. we know that. i do agree with our new found colleague julian, that the absolute long-term iss
with the 20th win of the season. that usually gets you into the big dance. allen crabbe, eight points. luckily it's a team sport. second half, this is going to leave a mark. ow. he had 11 boards. justin cobb, 16 for the bears. watch his body control. cal wins 62-46. seventh straight win, improving to 20-9. just a half game behind oregon for the pac-12 title. >> women's hoops, stanford and cal need wins to maintain their share of the pac-12 title. the lady bears have had a phenomenal season. we start off at washington state. jocelyn, put up 13 points, nothing from net. player of the year candidate, chiney ogwumike, 13 points, breaks the single season record with 381, 24 double-double of the season, stanford finishes 28-2. with a 72-50 victory, and sixth ranked cal defeats washington, so stanford and cal clink a share of the pac-12 with a 17-1 conference record. the first time cal has ever won or shared the conference title in program history. >>> switch gears. college football. that's right. cardinal shocked a. last year winning the pac-12 and the rose bowl. how to they're back at spring practi
. luck lie no -- luckily no juan was on the other side. >> this is the first time this morning. >> lives 40 yards from where san francisco and daly city police stopped a stolen car. he says he heard gunshots at 12:30 a.m. >> we were in bed and all of a sudden i heard four or five shots, and woke me up. reporter: evidence numbers marked the spots where shell casings fell. police told us the chase, which ended in the suspect being shot to death here, start net daly city saturday morning. the storm car was spotted on john daly boulevard. daly city police began a pursuit that took them on highway 280 and gave up the chase by the time they hit highway 1. >> sfpd officers observed the vehicle and followed behind it. >> the two suspects stopped the car. the police say the passenger surrendered, but the gunfire cho had been seen with a gun, ranaway use, he then aim at the officers, and they shot the suspect. >> not something we're idea to around here and don't want this to happen here. reporter: the police have not identified the suspect who was killed, nor his passenger. the only injury today w
at the vet. >> it didn't look good for his k-9, for his partner for quite some time. luckily he got the attention he needed immediately. >> the bond is strong and really tight. >> they are one most dedicated teams in our unit. >> had the dog been on duty, the poisoning would have been considered a felony assault on an officer. instead it is just a misdemeanor cruelty to animals. there is now a $10,000 reward leading to a conviction. reporting live in the newsroom, carolyn? >>> wall street made history. the dow closed at an all-time high up 125 points to 14,253. the nasdaq and s&p 500 also closed strong. analysts say it is a sign-in vesters expect economic improvement. and some am lists believe -- analysts believe if the economy grows stronger it could top 15,000 this year. >>> federal authorities will allow small knives on board planes. the rules will allow foldable knives with blades 2.36 inches long as carry on items and they can carry on novelty baseball bats less than 24 inches long and hockey sticks and bill billiard cues. this goes into affect on april 25th. >>> ikea is recall
was with the trainer at the vet. >> it didn't look good for his k-9, for his partner for quite some time. luckily he got the attention he needed immediately. >> the bond is strong and really tight. >> they are one most dedicated teams in our unit. >> had the dog been on duty, the poisoning would have been considered a felony assault on an officer. instead it is just a misdemeanor cruelty to animals. there is now a $10,000 reward leading to a conviction. reporting live in the newsroom, carolyn? >>> wall street made history. the dow closed at an all-time high up 125 points to 14,253. the nasdaq and s&p 500 also closed strong. analysts say it is a sign-in vesters expect economic improvement. and some am lists believe -- analysts believe if the economy grows stronger it could top 15,000 this year. >>> federal authorities will allow small knives on board planes. the rules will allow foldable knives with blades 2.36 inches long as carry on items and they can carry on novelty baseball bats less than 24 inches long and hockey sticks and bill billiard cues. this goes into affect on april 25th. >>> ikea is re
. luckily no one was injured. >>> a forest fire is now contained. it threatened several homes as it torched 75 acres of brush including this rv. >>> and finally, indiana parents are outraged and they want answers after a teacher was suspended for writing, quote, you're idiots and guns are loaded. care to try me? on the blackboard during the class. >> when did idiot become a metaphor? you don't use the word idiot as a metaphor. >> the teacher has received some support from students but will not return to class until officials complete their investigation. >>> turning to sports now, if it's college basketball, it's another upset. number 14 ohio state got 18 points from deshaun thomas to beat number two indiana 67-58. that may affect seeding for the ncaa tournament and also means that the big ten regular season title is up for grabs. >>> and major league baseball is considering adding instant replays in 2014 for certain plays like this fair or foul call on the padres/dodgers call on tuesday. joe torre is reviewing how the system might work. >>> denver linebacker miller is predicting that his t
, and luckily it's been received very well. it's very humbling. people's response is enormous. they love that we have a guide to the farmers' market for them to take with them and go home and be able to prepare meals that they know are local and in season and healthy and they should be eating. and now dhey have the skills and the tools to be able to do that. >> we can all eat healthy food for the entire year and eat what nature is providing for us. >> this segment is brought to you by the california farm bureau federation. >> welcome back to "california country." >> we're at the world-famous hearst castle here in san simeon. it's a place that each year thousands of tourists flock to to get a taste of old hollywood fame and fortune. but these days, they're getting a taste of the new hearst empire, courtesy of a very special ranch. this palatial estate is what media mogul william randolph hearst is perhaps best known for--the hearst castle. once the home of the famous newspaper giant, it is now one of the world's largest tourist attractions. with 56 bedrooms, 61 bathrooms, 19 sitting rooms, a movi
before, her hunch was right. >> they called the police and the police came and luckily, the back door was unlocked and she was in there on the floor and she had been in there over three days. they had sha she had a streak. >> reporter: they took her to the hospital and heron went back to the mail. in the able of text and e-mails, news of her humane act spread through the neighborhood like a pony express. >> you never know. it seems like that, yeah that -- that's lifesaver, sure, what she did. >> just as a person, you know, it's good to look out for other people. >> reporter: heron's says the woman's hospitalized in intensive care, she liked to visit if she could. used to be heron knew the name of all 499 customers on her route. safe to say all 499 now know hers. joe rosado jr., nbc bay area news. >> i love that story. >> fantastic. totally upbeat. >> yeah. people caring about people and we care about rob. >> very much, especially when we have a forecast we like. >> talking about 70-degree temperatures >> yes. >> yeah. >> wrap up what is officially the last full week of went they are w
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